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Premium Fresh Jamun (Jambolan Plum) 1kg

Premium Fresh Jamun (Jambolan Plum) 1kg
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Premium Fresh Jamun (Jambolan Plum) 1kg
Jamun is a healthy and nutritious fruit that’s packed with a variety of nutrients. It’s a rich source of antioxidants, calcium, phosphorus, and flavonoids. It also contains other nutrients like sodium, thiamine, riboflavin, carotene, fiber, niacin, folic acid,..
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Jamun is a healthy and nutritious fruit that’s packed with a variety of nutrients. It’s a rich source of antioxidants, calcium, phosphorus, and flavonoids. It also contains other nutrients like sodium, thiamine, riboflavin, carotene, fiber, niacin, folic acid, protein, and fat.

It’s a fruit that has been used in Ayurvedic treatments and medications since ancient times. You can find Jamun in two varieties – one is the white flesh variety, and the other is the purple flesh Jamun.

Jamun is known to treat many health conditions such as heart problems, diabetes, skin issues, infections, asthma, stomach pain, flatulence, and a lot of other medical problems.

Jamun can be consumed in fruit form, made as a juice, or even used in powder form. It can be used in many healthy recipes like salads, and smoothies as it aids in weight loss.  

Jamun is a very nutritious summer fruit that has a wide range of health benefits. The fruit is commonly called the Indian blackberry, Java plum, or black plum. There are two types of jamuns – one variety is the white flesh Jamun, while the other is the purple flesh variety. The white flesh Jamun comes with a higher amount of pectin, and the purple flesh variety has a lower amount. Pectin is a substance that acts as a thickening agent when preparing jellies and jams.

Jamun has many medicinal properties as well and is strongly recommended in Ayurveda for treating many health conditions. It helps in cases like stomach pain, arthritis, heart issues, flatulence, asthma, dysentery, and stomach spasm.

The black plum can be consumed raw or even enjoyed as a juice. The fruit is used in a variety of recipes such as smoothies and salads, while the seed can be consumed in powder form. Today, the leaves, bark, and fruit are used to make health supplements that are available in capsule and tablet form.



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